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Baptist Health Paducah to host...

Baptist Health Paducah stroke nursing director Mary Legge, RN, isn’t a cyclist, but she still sees the benefits of the hospital’s annual Spokes for Strokes bike tour. Baptist Health Paducah will host its third Spokes for Strokes bike tour on...

Clinician, scientists of the y...

Trio to be honored at The Julep Ball One night each year, a moment is taken to focus on those who work 365 days for the cause. That is when The Julep Ball honors the Clinician and Scientist of the Year from the James Graham Brown Cancer Center...

DRE celebrates 30 years of val...

DRE, Inc. is celebrating three decades in business as a supplier of new and professionally refurbished capital medical equipment with a special customer rewards promotion. During the month of April, customers that buy the DRE brand can choose...

Implement A Master Trust Inden...

By Jacob A. McClellan The need for capital in the health care industry is constant. Many healthcare providers find themselves turning to lenders or the capital markets on a regular basis. As markets change, health care borrowers may find it...

Compliance is good business

Why you should move compliance into the top five issues in your organization’s strategic plan. By Clay B. Wortham Strategic planning is more important than ever before for today’s successful healthcare organizations of all...

Nurses’—now and future—financi...

Study gains insights into nurses’ overall confidence and outlook towards retirement. By Melanie Wolkoff Wachsman When it comes to nurses and retirement there’s both good news and bad news. The good news is that one quarter (26 percent)...

Expanding options and access

KentuckyOne Health responds to changing healthcare landscape with focus on long-term primary care strategy. By Damian P. “Pat” Alagia, III, MD and Travis Burgett With the changing landscape of healthcare in the United States,...
recent from Features Compliance is good business
Why you should move compliance into the top five issues in your organization’s strategic plan. By Clay B. Wortham Strategic planning is more important than ever before for today’s successful healthcare organizations of all sizes. Establishing a plan that addresses rising external costs,...
recent from News Implement A Master Trust Indenture Now To Preserve Future Financing Flexibility
By Jacob A. McClellan The need for capital in the health care industry is constant. Many healthcare providers find themselves turning to lenders or the capital markets on a regular basis. As markets change, health care borrowers may find it advantageous to work with a number of different financial...
recent from Community News Baptist Health Paducah to host 3rd Spokes for Strokes bike tour
Baptist Health Paducah stroke nursing director Mary Legge, RN, isn’t a cyclist, but she still sees the benefits of the hospital’s annual Spokes for Strokes bike tour. Baptist Health Paducah will host its third Spokes for Strokes bike tour on Saturday, June 7, to raise stroke awareness, along with funds for...
recent from From the Vault Marketing pitfalls for nonprofits
by Allen Howie Once, marketing was scarcely a part of the nonprofit world. Today, with fewer ways to reach a mass audience and fierce competition for everything from volunteer hours to donations, it’s critical. Even so, a number of common mistakes tend to ensnare nonprofit marketers. Understanding them is...